Student: Riley Padua School: Arizona State University 3rd Place, Print
Student: Sarah Hermosillo School: Arizona State University 2nd Place, Print
Student: Danielle Kaply School: Loyola University Chicago People’s Choice, Print
Student: Olivia Cardinale School: Loyola University Chicago 1st Place, Print
Student: Madeline Stoiber, Sierra Pennala, Brittany Barron, Jocelyn Chubb, and Kallie Kouvelis School: Columbia College Chicago
Student: Logan Payne School: Arizona State University
Student: Veronica Gomez School: Arizona State University
Student: Kaitlyn Olivier, Maria Castillo, Ludi Wang, Min Chen, Anna Kate Grosse School: Boston University Description: This print advertisement emphasizes the effectiveness of cash to stimulate the local economy and repair damages caused by disasters.
Student: Ana Hernandez School: Arizona State University Description: Showing how cash can convert to goods that the victims need instead of passing used clothing.
Student: Nick Albanese, Daniel Arruda, Emily Hadfield, Jordan Fonseca School: University of Rhode Island Description: Cash keeps your donations fresh
Student: Anne Miller School: Loyola University Chicago Description: This print advertisement is for the USAid Center for International Disaster Information (USAID CIDI). The goal of this advertisement is to inform viewers that giving monetary donations as opposed to food, clothing, or other goods is the best way to help communities after a disaster occurs as it […]
Student: Sydni Alaniz School: Arizona State University Description: This poster compares the cost of shipping a pack of water bottles to an area in need versus using that same amount of money to make clean water on site.
Albania Perez – Fashion Institute of Technology Poster emphasizing how practical cash donations are by providing the needed with the choice of getting exactly what they need to relief when disaster strikes.
Richard (Ben) Keswani- Arizona State University Print Ad
Lauren Rasch- Loyola University Chicago The USAID Center for International Disaster Information focuses on Smart Compassion, meaning that best and most effective kinds of disaster relief are those that are versatile and able to implemented quickly– making cash the most effective form of relief. This PSA demonstrates in a highly visual and easily understandable way […]
Dillon Johnson- Arizona State University Monetary donations can be used immediately by relief organizations to purchase exactly what is needed, and when it is needed. They provide familiar, culturally appropriate supplies to people affected by disasters and since they’re bought locally, they also help support the local economy.
Stephanie McNicol- Arizona State University Cash donations make the biggest impact when it comes to international disaster relief.
By Lucy Gamades, Sydney Brodo, Jonah Boscov-Brown- Boston University We wanted to keep a clean, concise, image that tells people to donate cash without focusing on the clutter like many of the other PSAs do.
By Leah Duffney I choose to vector supplies that victims could receive if cash is donated.This design emphasizes the fact that every ounce of your cash can give hope to those in disaster situations. Cash turns directly into what they need.
By Lizelle Galaz- Arizona State University Print design that invites smart compassion by highlighting the practicality of monetary donations –both for donors and relief organizations.